Egyptian Mo Salah and Ivorian Wilfred Zaha lead the line for My11’s round 13 team of the week. We will be looking at the 4-3-3 formation
Jeremias Ledesma | He had a solid performance for Cadiz in their shock 2-1 win over Barcelona. He won the man of the match and made 8 crucial saves to deny the Catalan giants, including the last-minute save to deny Miralem Pjanić.
Kieran Trippier | The England international picked up his form in Atletico Madrid’s 2-0 win over Real Valladolid. Trippier created the assists for the 2 goals scored by the league leaders.
Juan Cuadrado | Cuadrado was instrumental in Juventus comeback win over Torino. He scored a goal that was chalked off by the VAR, he then provided the 2 assists for the 2 goals scored by the defending champions.
Achraf Hakimi | The former Real Madrid man was on song as Inter Milan dispatched Bologna 3-1 and Hakimi scored 2 of the 3 goals.
Kurt Zouma | He has been in fine form all season, helping the Blues keep clean sheets and scoring goals, and in Chelsea's comeback win against Leeds United, Zouma scored the second goal to give the London club hope of getting all 3 points.
Bruno Fernandes | The Portuguese proved to be the most important player for Manchester United again, in their 3-1 comeback win over wasteful West Ham. He created 8 chances in just 45 minutes, more than any player has done in 90 minutes this season, and assisted the first goal.
Mohamed Salah | The Egyptian chanced Wolves captain, Conor Coady to score the first goal for Liverpool in their 4-0 thumping of Wolverhampton Wanderers. He then sent in a lovely cross to Joel Matip, who head home the 3rd goal for the Reds.
Wilfried Zaha | The Ivorian was in fine form as Crystal Palace thrashed Semi Ajayi’s West Brom 5-1. Zaha got 2 goals, and one was from an Eberechi Eze pass.
Olivier Giroud | The Frenchman has repaid Frank Lampard’s trust with goals. After 4 goals against Sevilla in the UCL, Giroud scored another important goal, to lead the comeback for the Blues, scoring in 6 consecutive starts for Chelsea.
Heung-Min Son | It’s hard to separate between Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son, but the Korean’s spectacular curler from outside the box can not be overlooked. In addition, he gave a lovely pass to Kane, who blasted the ball into the net.
Christian Benteke | Benteke seldom score goals as a striker, but scoring 2 goals away from home, is worth adding to the team of the week for Christian Benteke.
Alvaro Cervera | The Cadiz manager had just one game plan, pick Barcelona on the break and score and that is what happened. The goal they conceded was from an own goal. He has now led his team to win over Real Madrid and Barcelona in the same season.